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of hurricane sandy a once-in-a-lifetime storm that crippled the infrastructure of the region fewer than a million people, or a million customers still do not have power. it could be more than a million. many homes that survived hurricane sandy are severely damaged the many tremendouses standing are weakened greatly and high winds could take them down if the nor east are hits. officials are warning of new power outages. fed sex delivering generators, food, water, ice, to nursing homes and shelters and first responders. new york city is shutting down construction, closing all parks again encouraging drivers to stay off the road. the city's mayor says that low-lying areas are vulnerable because of beach erosion from super storm sandy. david lee miller is live on long island, new york, where victims of sandy prepare for another hit. would you look at that. janice dean is in the fox weatherst. you predicted it. sure enough. >> nine days ago we talked about a hurricane. now we are talking about a winter storm. you cannot wrap your head around it. the worst right new, not at its height, the he
. i will read this from bloomberg and i quote, "the devastation that hurricane sandy brought to new york city and much of the northeast in lost likes, lot homes and lost business, brought the stakes of the tuesday re-election into sharp relief saying our climate is changing and while the increase in extreme weather we have experienced in new york city and around the world may or may not be the result of it, the risk given the devastation should be enough to compel all elected leaders to take immediate action," endorsing president obama based on his leadership on climate change. >> five days before the election, the news on the jobs market is, well, kind of mixed according to important news. filer americans filed for unemployment benefits 363,000 below what was predicted and low enough to suggest employers are hiring again. that is good news but not worth the super storm preventing new jersey and washington, dc from reporting so the governor made estimates. and planned layoffs jump by 40 percent during october, the highest level in five months and it is economic to downsize as they t
this message. >>shepard: a week since hurricane sandy devastated the northeast united states and forecasters say a winter storm is headed to the region, a nor'easter that could slam the area with rain, wind, flooding and snow. this comes as temperatures dip dangerously low with more than a million people suffering through a another day without power, the sixth. a grim testament to the damage with tens of thousands with no place to go and the region on its knees after a once-in-a-lifetime storm. frank survived vietnam. he says staten island, new york, feels like a war zone to him. he and his wife lost everything. they do plan to rebuild. some of the theirs keyed in the storm. according to the reporting of the "wall street journal", hurricane sandy turned that area into a death trap. the the "wall street journal," parent company of this network. it reports the victims were older, living alone in low lying coastal areas where the water rose and proved deadly. those who survived are among the estimated 30,000 to 40,000 in need of shelter. that is in new york city alone. some things are returning
and beyond struggling after super storm sandy, officials now say at least 90 people died in the storm. today, about 3.5 million homes and businesses still have in power. that's down from more than 8 million. but the nation's big of the city and much of the eastern seaboard remain crippled, five days in and a large part of lower manhattan, almost all of it, has no electricity and some stores are open for business letting customers shop for food and other necessities in the dark and others brought if generators to run the coffee shops but in brooklyn, piles of trash and debris. the new york mayor toured the damage. in coney island, flooding could force officials to relocate 12,000 animals at the aquarium. remember, the problems do not end here in the east. in west virginia, officials are sending blackhawk helicopters into mountains where the heavy snow came. in tennessee, national park rangers tried to rescue a hiker who ran in trouble in snow drifts up to 5' high. people in more than a dozen states are still dealing with power outages from the super storm, and the majority of them, in new yor
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